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Business Noticesquinine wine. Highly recommended, and acknowledged to ho THE BEST TONIC Yet introduced to the public. As a vehicle for the administration of cud liver oil it is unsurpassed. Prepared only by C. Neate, CHEMIST, ASHBURTON. N.B.—Beware of spurious imitations. 793 jyj'EW STOCK ! NEW STOCK ! ! GREAT SUCCESS ALREADY ACHEIVED. WANTED KNOWN, that the CHEAP BOOT and SHOE MAKER continues to Supply First-Class Boots and Shoes at CHRISTCHURCH PRICES, as an appreciative public is constantly testifying. Note the Address— C. HAWKINS, Practical Boot and Shoe Maker, (Opposite the Post Office, Tinwald). Note —No connection with any other shop. 656

REDUCTION. CHEAPER THAN EVER. OA A AAA FEET of BOARDS and fIUUIUUU SCANTLINGS, must be sold ; also, a large quantity of Flooring, Match Lining, Rusticated Architraves, Skirtings, superior Totara Shingles, Firewood, Stakes, Posts, Rails, &c. Apply at HAYES’ TIMBER YARDS, East street, Ashburton. N.B. —Orders can be delivered at any railway station on the main or branch hues, direct from the Mills, of any size, length, or quantity. 948

WALTER A. WOOD’S TWINE AND WIRE Reaper and Binder COMBINED. These Machines have recently taken First Prize at the Melbourne Exhibition j First Prize at the Southland Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show; First Prize and Gold Medal at the Bendigo Agricultural Show, on December Bth ; First Prize at the North Gippsland Agricultural Society’s Show; and First Prize at the Dunedin Agricultural Society’s Show in December last. LOCAL AGENTS—POYNTZ & CO., ASHBURTON. At a competitive trial of Twine Binders, which took place at Oamaru, on Thursday, January 20, 1881, the Walter A. Wood New Automatic String Binder took the FIRST PRIZE (Gold Medal), five Machines competing. 864

CHERTSEY. A. R. MARKHAM (Next Montgomery’s, Chertsey), GENERAL STOREKEEPER HAYING taken over the store of Messrs. Orr and Co., and increased the stock, is prepared to supply first-class articles inGrocery,Drapery, Ironmongery, etc. AGENT FOR THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN. PICTURE BUYERS and others will do well to call at my Picture Frame Manufactory, where I keep in stock some THOUSANDS OF PICTURES, framed and unframed, from Fine Art Pictures to Cheap Lithographs. Two Hundred Patterns of MOULDINGS to select from. Frames made to order, from Is. each. E. BEARDSLEY, PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTURER, AND Importer of MOULDINGS, PRINTS, &c Manchester street, Christchurch, Near the Station. 814 P. & D. Duncan, Agricultural implement makers, Tuam Street, Christchurch, Beg to remind farmers and agriculturists generally of their LARGE STOCK of NEW and IMPROVED MACHINERY of every description, including Ploughs, Grubbers, Scarifier! and Harrows, Drays, Tip Carts, Broadcast Sowing Machines, and Prize Elevators; also, Extras for Ruston and Proctor’s Combines, &c. Inspection invited. 840

Grain store, Opposite the Borough Hotel, MANCHESTER STREET. Christchurch, James Clark, Late of Ashburton, PROPRIETOR. Every description of Grain Bought for Cash, and sold at Cheapest rates. CO9 AMONGST the questions at present agitating the public mind stands the very important one—“ Is it possible to obtain GOOD TEA 1 If not, why not ?” Echo has been answering hitherto —“ You can’t get it for love or money !” And the ladies appear to have become apathetic or despairing in consequence. But a new era has dawned on Ashburton, and the question so interesting to all, especially to the female portion of the community, is happily settled in the affirmative. Joy will spring up in many a fair bosom, on being credibly informed that, now, at length, the possession of really GOOD TEA may be aufajt accompli in the short space of time it will take to go or send to H. M. CARSON’S NEW FRUIT AND ITALIAN WAREHOUSE, East street, appointed sole agent for the sale of Nelson, Moate and Co.’s now celebrated packet TEAS, carefully selected, properly blended, and last, not least, always the same. See advertisement and handbills.

SPRINGFIELD COAL. THIS SPLENDID GOAD may be ordered in large and small quantities, and all orders will be promptly executed. C. A. ULRICH, Cobb & Co.’s Office, Cathedral Christchurch. Agent for Springfield, Co. [Limited. ]

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 253, 27 January 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 253, 27 January 1881

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